|Web Axe / Episode 33: Interview with Patrick H. Lauke - Patrick H. Lauke|
the guys over at Web Axe — Dennis Lembrée from CheckEngine USA and Ross Johnson from 3.7 Designs — interviewed me for a podcast back in october.you can enjoy my hour long rant about my checkered past, Accessify.com, the WaSP ATF and some of my usual hobby horses … plus a bonus rant at misguided people who ask "Why don't blind people sue car manufacturers for not making cars accessible to the blind?"a full transcript of Web Axe - Episode 33 - Interview with Patrick H...
Keywords: accessibility; web design; web development; interview; web standards project
|Geek in the Park 27th August 2006 - Patrick H. Lauke / Bruce Lawson: Where the Rubber Meets the Road - Web Accessibility and Pragmatism - Patrick H. Lauke / Bruce Lawson|
From Geek in the ParkGeek in the Park is a day-long get together, picnic, and discussion for anyone to do with the Internet (developers, designers, programmers… whatever!). This is a very informal affair so family and friends are very much welcome to attend too.The big day is taking place in Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. Split in to two main events, Geek in the Park starts with The Picnic during the day, followed by The Discussion in the evening...
Keywords: accessibility; web development; web design; web standards project
|WDC 12 November 2008. Patrick H. Lauke - Web standards pragmatism: from validation to the real world - Patrick H. Lauke|
My talk on Web standards pragmatism: from validation to the real world, presented at the Web Developers Conference, Bristol, 12 November 2008. See the slides and transcript.
Keywords: web standards; accessibility; web development; wasp; web design; web standards project; css; html; xhtml; validation
|WebDD 3 February 2007. Patrick H. Lauke - Doing it in style: creating beautiful sites, the web standards way - Patrick H. Lauke|
Recording of Patrick H. Lauke's session Doing it in style: creating beautiful sites, the web standards way, presented at the WebDD Conference, 3 February 2007, Microsoft Thames Valley Campus, Reading, UK.Who said that accessible, standards-compliant, semantic sites have to look boxy and boring? After a quick introduction to the fundamentals, this session will look at some of the current ways in which designers and developers can use CSS to add visual impact to their sites, from simple forms to e...
Keywords: webstandards; css; cascading style sheets; design; web design; development; web development; presentation; conference; microsoft; web standards project